[ US /ˈnənsioʊ/ ]
[ UK /nˈʌnsɪˌəʊ/ ]
[ UK /nˈʌnsɪˌəʊ/ ]
- (Roman Catholic Church) a diplomatic representative of the Pope having ambassadorial status
How To Use nuncio In A Sentence
- As a result, the papal nuncio told a group of catechists that ‘The church is in danger because of the insane behavior of this archbishop.’
- In 1796 he entered the Austrian diplomatic service as secretary in the ministry of foreign affairs, was appointed interpreter to the internuncio at Constantinople in 1799 and was sent from there to The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability
- The papal nuncio described the Tablet as ‘a living laboratory of the marvelous reality that is the prophetic mission of the laity in the Church.’
- Roy Keane and Sonia O'Sullivan recently got the freedom of Cork, joining a list of just 47 people which included 20 bishops, cardinal legates, papal nuncios and priests.
- Teresa had managed to keep her reform alive through the support of influential friends, but in 1577 she lost her strongest protector when the papal nuncio Odmaneto died.
- The Papal nuncio was granted diplomatic immunity in a High Court action seeking damages for clerical sex abuse, it has emerged.
- He was the Papal Nuncio to Germany, and he also wrote Mit Brenender Sorge, the encyclical letter released by Pius XI that soundly condemned The Nazi's. Texas Faith: Should government practice social justice? | RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com
- November, 1873, and, as a result, the papal internuncio was expelled from Switzerland in January, 1874. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss
- Nevertheless, the Vatican has already said that a section of its archive dating from 1931 to 1934 was destroyed or lost during the bombing of Berlin in 1945 and in a fire at the apostolic nuncio's palace.
- He believed he'd twice come close to isolating what he called the Nuncio, the messenger. THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW